Posted Tue Aug 19, 2014 at 04:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The new HDTVs feature integrated Roku streaming support.
TCL and Hisense have announced the release of their Roku powered displays. The lineup ranges from 32-inches to 55-inches, and each set includes built-in access to Roku smart TV options and channels.
The personalized Roku home screen lets owners easily navigate between their cable, Blu-ray, and gaming connections, as well as streaming apps. Roku TVs offer more than 1,500 different streaming channels, letting customers access a growing library of over 200,000 movies & TV episodes. Likewise, viewers can use Roku search to search for content across multiple streaming services. An app for smartphones and tablets can also be downloaded, letting owners use their mobile devices to control their TVs, and users can cast personal media to the big screen as well.
TCL's Roku TV lineup is now available and includes the 40FS4610R ($330), 48FS4610R ($500), and 55FS4610R ($680) 1080p displays. Meanwhile, Hisense's 1080p Roku TV collection will start shipping in September.
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